Getting Wel prepared
Edinburgh podcast studio, The Wel Podcast Studio, is almost ready to open its doors once again after a busy period of producing and recording ‘remote’ podcasting during lockdown. One of the unintended benefits of lockdown has seen existing clients keen to create more podcast content via online methods such as Zoom and Skype plus new businesses making contact to investigate how best they can use podcasting as part of their wider marketing and communications strategy. These new clients include food manufacturing and financial services.
The refreshed The Wel Podcast Studio now has hand sanitiser, face masks and disposable gloves available for all clients with each recording session also having fresh, clean microphone windshields for added protection. In addition, there are protective screens to ensure the studio environment meets government guidelines.
Is podcasting for me or my business?
It’s good to talk and there are many formats and many benefits:
- To showcase your business
- To interview specialists within your organisation
- To launch new products or services
- To talk about trends in your business sector
- To communicate to your customers and clients
- To enhance a Crowdfunding application
- To record a speech or presentation for future listening
For many organisations podcasting is now one key part of their wider marketing and social media communications.
If you are intrigued by podcasting, then The Wel Podcast Studio are offering 15 minute introductory sessions so you discuss how podcasting could work for you.
Full details on all their current podcast services can be found on their website – www.thewel.co.uk